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Correction: The Longissimus and Semimembranosus Muscles Display Marked Differences in Their Gene Expression Profiles in Pig

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Validation of seven microarray differentially expressed genes between Longissimus (LM) and Semimembranosus (SM) muscles by quantitative RT-PCR.mRNA level is expressed using arbitrary units. Quantitative RT-PCR expression levels (LM = 8, SM = 8) were normalized to the expression of beta 2 microglobulin (B2M), TATAbox binding protein (TBP) and 18S using geNorm algorithm. Microarray adjusted means for LM and SM (LM = 90; SM = 90) were calculated using least square means for the muscle effect. Data are expressed as means±s.d. Statistical significances are reported below the plot as Benjamini and Hochberg adjusted P-value for microarray data and as Student t-test P value for q RT-PCR. Fold change ratio is expressed as the expression ratio of LM to SM when genes are overrepresented in LM and as the expression ratio of SM to LM when genes are overrepresented in SM.
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pone-0100113-g001: Validation of seven microarray differentially expressed genes between Longissimus (LM) and Semimembranosus (SM) muscles by quantitative RT-PCR.mRNA level is expressed using arbitrary units. Quantitative RT-PCR expression levels (LM = 8, SM = 8) were normalized to the expression of beta 2 microglobulin (B2M), TATAbox binding protein (TBP) and 18S using geNorm algorithm. Microarray adjusted means for LM and SM (LM = 90; SM = 90) were calculated using least square means for the muscle effect. Data are expressed as means±s.d. Statistical significances are reported below the plot as Benjamini and Hochberg adjusted P-value for microarray data and as Student t-test P value for q RT-PCR. Fold change ratio is expressed as the expression ratio of LM to SM when genes are overrepresented in LM and as the expression ratio of SM to LM when genes are overrepresented in SM.

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Correction: The Longissimus and Semimembranosus Muscles Display Marked Differences in Their Gene Expression Profiles in Pig
Validation of seven microarray differentially expressed genes between Longissimus (LM) and Semimembranosus (SM) muscles by quantitative RT-PCR.mRNA level is expressed using arbitrary units. Quantitative RT-PCR expression levels (LM = 8, SM = 8) were normalized to the expression of beta 2 microglobulin (B2M), TATAbox binding protein (TBP) and 18S using geNorm algorithm. Microarray adjusted means for LM and SM (LM = 90; SM = 90) were calculated using least square means for the muscle effect. Data are expressed as means±s.d. Statistical significances are reported below the plot as Benjamini and Hochberg adjusted P-value for microarray data and as Student t-test P value for q RT-PCR. Fold change ratio is expressed as the expression ratio of LM to SM when genes are overrepresented in LM and as the expression ratio of SM to LM when genes are overrepresented in SM.
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pone-0100113-g001: Validation of seven microarray differentially expressed genes between Longissimus (LM) and Semimembranosus (SM) muscles by quantitative RT-PCR.mRNA level is expressed using arbitrary units. Quantitative RT-PCR expression levels (LM = 8, SM = 8) were normalized to the expression of beta 2 microglobulin (B2M), TATAbox binding protein (TBP) and 18S using geNorm algorithm. Microarray adjusted means for LM and SM (LM = 90; SM = 90) were calculated using least square means for the muscle effect. Data are expressed as means±s.d. Statistical significances are reported below the plot as Benjamini and Hochberg adjusted P-value for microarray data and as Student t-test P value for q RT-PCR. Fold change ratio is expressed as the expression ratio of LM to SM when genes are overrepresented in LM and as the expression ratio of SM to LM when genes are overrepresented in SM.
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